Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of IndiaÕs greatest heroes. These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Anuja Chandramouli is a full-time mother of two lovely girls ARJUNA Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince Kindle Edition. by . ARJUNA Saga Of A Pandava Warrior-Prince [Ajuna Chandramouli] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Arjuna is the immortal tale of one of.
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Very Good written tells about every single story associated with virtuous Arjuna: The author has brought out the real Arjuna very well in her descriptions and I would definitely give her full marks for this. The story tells about Arjuna’s love, friendship, learning, achievements, struggles, fights, wars, and tough times in his life.
So I was curious to see how differently she treated this one.
The Jungle and the Aroma of Meats. Just a retelling of the Mahabharata with really no new perspectives or angles. Not only variants, the whole saga has been written from perspective of so many characters armuna as Draupadi The Palace of IllusionsDuryodhana Mahabharta ki ek saanjhKarna Karna ki atamkathaBhima Randamoozham and so on.
In the end, you would realise that Arjuna was Arjuna, because of Krishna, and that no one has control over fate, over what will be happen. It fails for a reader like me. Gotta write about her as well! If he was wrrior-prince another warrior prince who happened to be a good friend of Lord Krishna and had Lord Krishna always by his side to bail him out of troubleswhy would the Lord choose Arjuna to impart the divine knowledge? Incidents happening at a later stage are told earlier thereby creating a little confusion.
Open Preview See a Problem? D At the end I came to know so many great personalities of Mahabharata and it made me think how enrapturing it would have been to witness Kurukshetra as it happened.
Jan 31, Kamal Golani rated it it was amazing. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. The problem that comes when you are playing with such mythological characters is the fact that these characters have always been pajdava part of our lives and we all feel that we know them, be it through the school curriculum or through B.
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Arjuna: Saga of a Pandava Warrior-Prince by Anuja Chandramouli
Disregard for Draupadi’s story. The auspicious omen that surrounded his birth and the foretold future that destined for a greatness and heroism, all of these is told beautifully in this book. Chanting the Names of Manjusri. Much of the story will be familiar to one who has previously read the Mahabharata. In this book, however, one looks not just at the big picture but also at the little details that stoke this fire.
It is through the eyes of Arjuna. Duryodhana’s Mahabharata Ajaya Book 2. This is touted to be an often hilarious rehash of the Mahabharata times through the lens of Arjuna — while for most parts the story reads like a documentary with minimal fictional intervention, the latter half of the novel that concentrates on the war is a bit more lively — interspersed with dialogues and action.
Janamejaya, the King of the Kurus, is about to perform the Sarpasatra, a yagna that will last 12 years and deplete the serpents in order to avenge his father, who was killed by the serpent king Takshaka. warrior-princee
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These pages retell in riveting detail the story of the Pandava Warrior-Prince who has captured the imagination of millions across centuries. She goes back and forth in her narration trying to give reasons and logic behind incidents and behaviours making it one enticing read. His skills ,his follies and the good bad and ugly events of his life. Its a grand epic and for a debut novel it has been written amazingly well by the author. Arjuna is a great first attempt to detail the life and times of the eponymous protagonist of the epic Mahabharata.
This book cheats the reader of the full experience of reading the Mahabharata. I did refer to it at times while reading this interesting book.